Sponsored jointly by the Canadian Society for Chemical Engineering and the Canadian Society for Mechanical Engineering (CSME).

This award recognizes contributions in the field of heat transfer, including design, research, manufacturing and teaching. The award derives from the sale of the Proceedings from the Sixth International Heat Transfer Conference. The contributions must have been made in Canada, with preference being given to Canadians presently active in Canada.

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Anil Mehrotra

The 2022 winner of the Jules Stachiewicz Medal is:

Anil Mehrotra

University of Calgary
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Dr. Anil K. Mehrotra has been a faculty member, since 1981, in the Department of Chemical and Petroleum Engineering at the University of Calgary. He received a BE (Hons) degree in chemical engineering from Birla Institute of Technology & Science, an MEng degree in environmental engineering from Asian Institute of Technology, and a PhD in chemical engineering from the University of Calgary. He has published 180+ refereed papers in international journals in several areas, including transport and thermo‐physical properties of heavy crude oils and bitumen mixtures; non‐isothermal crystallization, rheology and solids deposition in pipelines from paraffinic mixtures and ‘waxy’ crude oils; and mathematical modeling in chemical and environmental engineering. He has held several senior‐level administrative positions, including Interim Dean of the Schulich School of Engineering. He has received numerous awards and recognitions for his teaching and research excellence and service contributions. He is a registered professional engineer in Alberta and a member of CSChE and IIChE. He is a fellow of Chemical Institute of Canada, Engineers Canada, and Geoscientists Canada. During 2016-21, he served as the Secretary‐Treasurer of the Shastri Indo‐Canadian Institute (SICI). Since 2018, he has been serving as the Treasurer of the CSChE.